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Re: [O] Is there a variable/way to change <div id="content"> to somethin

From: Omid
Subject: Re: [O] Is there a variable/way to change <div id="content"> to something else, e.g. <div class="container"> for use with Bootstrap CSS?
Date: Mon, 26 May 2014 00:26:41 -0400
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I think I found the answer to my second question: in
org-publish-project-alist, there is the property completion-function
that can be set to a (list of) functions to do some post processing.
My first question still stands, though.


Sent from my Emacs

On 05/26/2014 12:08 AM, Omid wrote:
> Thank you, Eric for your quick response.
> - I am using Org mode 8.2.6 (from ELPA) and Emacs 24.3.1.
> - org-html-divs does almost what I have been looking for, except for
>   one, unfortunately crucial, shortcoming: I don't see any way of
>   changing the "id" tag to "class". Bootstrap's container is a "class"
>   and will not work as an "id". As far as see, I can only do
>   (setq org-html-divs (quote ((preamble "div" "preamble")
>   (content "div" "container")
>   (postamble "div" "postamble"))))
>   Looking at ox-html.el I see that the "id" tag is hard coded:
>   (list :tag "Content"
>   (const :format "" content)
>   (string :tag "element") (string :tag "     id"))
>   Am I missing something here?
> - I still could not find a "post publish" hook/variable. Neither
>   apropos-variable with org publish, apropos with org publish gives me
>   anything useful. C-h v reveals org-export-before-parsing-hook and
>   org-export-before-processing-hook but I don't see anything with
>   "after" or "post". The only way I see around my problem is to define
>   an external publishing-function in org-publish-project-alist (maybe
>   a makefile) and do the necessary post processing there. Any better
>   suggestion is greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Omid
> Sent from my Emacs
> On 05/25/2014 10:10 PM, Eric Abrahamsen wrote:
>> Omid <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Hello,
>>> - I am trying to build a statically-generated website purely with Org
>>>   mode. I would like to use Bootstrap CSS to make the site mobile
>>>   friendly. Bootstrap uses <div class="container"> for the "main" part
>>>   of the <body> of HTML; Org mode export produces <div id="content">
>>>   for that part.
>>>   Is there a variable to set/way to make Org wrap this part in the
>>>   "container" class?
>>>   Looking at several "apropos" results (with all the search keywords I
>>>   could think of), I only see a setting for pre/postamble-class:
>>>   org-html--pre/postamble-class
>>>     Variable: CSS class used for pre/postamble
>> It would help to know your Org mode version, but I'm pretty sure
>> org-html-divs has been around for a bit. Check out its docstring, and
>> modify its second element, which is '(content "div" "content") by
>> default.
>>> - Assuming there is no Org-internal way to do this, is there a
>>>   function that is run after a project is published to that I can,
>>>   e.g., run a sed script on the HTML files generated? Again, the only
>>>   remotely relevant result I see in M-x apropos RET org post is
>>>   org-babel-post-tangle-hook
>>>   Variable: Hook run in code files tangled by `org-babel-tangle'.
>>>   Properties: standard-value custom-version custom-type
>>>               custom-requests variable-documentation
>>> - As a "meta question", how would one find the answer to these and
>>>   similar questions without leaving Emacs, since we know Emacs is
>>>   self-documenting and Org mode has a very comprehensive set of
>>>   functions and documentation. Looking in the usual places (C-u M-x
>>>   apropos, C-h v) did not lead me to an answer.
>> One good thing to know is that Org export variables related to a certain
>> backend all start with org-BACKEND-*. So you could do C-h v org-html-TAB
>> and see... a lot of variables. Still, that would (eventually) get you
>> there. I did apropos-variable for "org html container" and that got me a
>> similar list as C-h v, albeit slimmed down somewhat, and with
>> docstrings.
>> Hope that helps,
>> Eric

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